Australian Chamber Choir Presents Keys to Heaven
3 – 24 November, Geelong, Macedon, Brighton, Sydney, Middle Park
Directed by Douglas Lawrence. Allegri’s Miserere and music by Palestrina and Josquin aspired to give listeners an idea what it would be like to be transported to heaven. It still does! In the last ten years, the singers of the Australian Chamber Choir have won unqualified praise in the mainstream press for their “exciting sound”, “as pure as crystal”, with “absolute stylistic perfection”. Get a 10% discount on tickets by entering the code MUSAUS when booking.
23 – 28 September, Brisbane
Empowering girls, trans and gender non-conforming youth aged 10-17 through a week-long mentorship program, Girls Rock! Brisbane encourages creativity, self-expression and teamwork through music.
Rosewood Music Camp
27 September, Strathbogie Ranges
Three days of music making, dancing, art and adventure in Victoria’s Strathbogie Ranges this Spring. This year’s theme focuses on Timor Leste and Resilience. Music teachers are encouraged to attend with their students.
The Louise Crossley Conducting Workshop
28 September, Hobart
Presented by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (TSO), this workshop will enable a maximum of 6 participants to benefit from an intensive workshop with Elena Schwarz, Associate Conductor of the TSO, and an opportunity to work through repertoire with two pianists.
Composing Women Project
29 September, Sydney
From an exploration of musical memories to a work that draws from the intricate patterns of stuttered speech, MacArthur Fellow and flute virtuoso Claire Chase presents five original pieces from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s Composing Women program.
Interactive Music Workshops for Children with Special Needs ad Siblings
1 October, Sydney
A fun and engaging interactive music workshop in the school holidays, for children with special needs and their siblings!
Australian Women In Music Awards Career Development Workshop
8 October, Brisbane
In the world of music, knowledge is strength and connections can be everything. This speed networking session presents opportunities for both – and quickly, providing participants with the chance to meet and connect with a wide array of music practitioners who have invaluable insight in developing and progressing careers across the music industry.
Starting Ground Music Workshop
10-11 October, Blacktown
You’re invited to Starting Ground, a free two-day workshop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander songwriters and musicians. All skill-levels welcome.
Applications close 18 October
Cultivate is an initiative of the Victorian Government delivered by Music Victoria for mid-level to established women leaders in the Victorian contemporary music sector.
I Manage My Music
20 October, Melbourne
This weekend workshop for musicians has announced its final event for 2019.
JMC Brisbane, Speaking Event
6 November, Brisbane
An evening of in-depth conversation with Andrew Scheps as he delves into the stories of his incredible career as a music producer and mix engineer; from his early days working with the Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder.
Applications Closing Soon
Sista Sounds is MusicNT’s award-winning, innovative program that aims to encourage Indigenous women and girls to participate in a wide range of musical activities, as well as learn more about the music industry and opportunities within it.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Network
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Action Plan is establishing a new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Network to work in partnership with artsACT to plan and design programs. Expressions of Interest are now being accepted.
EDGE Inner West Council EOI’s
Inner West Council is taking EOI’s for EDGE Inner West! A series of local activations to support our creative community and showcase their talents. Local community group, business or artist should register their interest.
Australia Folk Blogspot– A terrific resource for folk enthusiasts
Support Act Wellbeing Hotline
Support Act has launched a free and confidential service which is available to anyone working in Australian music who needs to talk to someone about any aspect of their wellbeing. The service will also offer specific urgent support for people who may be a risk to themselves or others. It is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days per year by calling 1800 959 500 within Australia.
Bigger Better Brains
Calling all music teachers! Have you heard of Bigger Better Brains? They are an Australian team who want to tackle two massive challenges that most music educators face in their everyday lives: upskilling ourselves to understand brain science, and educating our communities so that they understand, and by extension, support and value the power and place of music learning in every child’s life. They need your help! Here is a quick 10 minute survey to help them get it right for you.
Music Industry Harassment Research Survey
Australian musician, author and researcher Jeff Crabtree is currently gathering new research on harassment in the music industry. All music industry professionals are encouraged to participate in this survey which is approved by the UTS department of Human Ethics and Research Integrity. Data collected from the surveys will be used as credible basis for informed decision making and policy making.
Berklee College Of Music in Boston and is the largest online music school in the world, has announced their first Master’s Degree program for music production and music business.
Anatomy Music Focused Podcast – A collection of podcasts on Australian contemporary artist and music industry issues
Beyond the Stage Podcast
3MBS and Susan de Weger present Beyond the Stage podcast, 30 minute interviews with highly trained musicians who have built successful careers in law, medicine, business and social enterprise. These podcasts will share career stories on how music education is a unique and valuable training for career success in any industry.
Australian Audio Guide
A collaborative endeavour by The Wheeler Centre and Audiocraft, the Australian Audio Guide collates podcasts and radio programs on a variety of topics – food, live storytelling, arts and culture, nature and place, sound art, music, parenting, social issues, and the list goes on. The guide celebrates audio creations with regular interviews, features and listening suggestions.
The Place of Music in 21st Century Education
What do children need from education now, and in the future? This five module course is not just for classroom or ensemble music educators. It’s suitable for anyone interested in creativity-infused education, in contemporary education issues, and in the integration and use of digital technology.
The Art of Wellness: Visual Arts and Health
Free online Course
The Art of Wellness: Visual Arts and Health explores personal and community health and wellness strategies using visual arts mediums. Each online module showcases the applied use of creative visual practices. The short course run by the University of Tasmania is designed to introduce you to a range of practices that promote focus and connectedness to ourselves, our relationships and the world around us.